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Social class plays a very considerable role in my core text, 'Wuthering Heights' and also my partner text, 'Sons and Lovers' since it enables the reader decide a sense of character and plays a huge part in the reader locating the true thickness of a character. Social class in the two novels is determined by location and the origin of the characters, as in 'Wuthering Heights' we see that Heathcliff is considered as abnormal and called with a lower social class due to the uncertainty of its own origin. Also in 'Sons and Lovers' we see the battle and life between a refined lady of middle class aspirations into a low class hard working miner along with their son that discovers a ne conflict of loyalties after many years of shooting after his mum. The key female characters from the books which are Catherine, Cathy and Gertrude possess a lot of the attention of the books which reveals their hard decisions based on social group, but the other girls who are Isabella and Annie are in many ways unessential. The novels reflect how women were viewed in the Victorian age which was inferior to men, thereby placing severe limits on women's aspirations. The main female characters in both novels represent the frustrated, ambitious women that are forced to perform and say bad things to climb the social ladder. The stories display their fire that was reviewed negatively in the Victorian age which shows how significant social class was to everyone. In Victorian times social group was determined by whom people had wed and the location they dwelt in and folks were judged on what they had, this is revealed in 'Wuthering Heights; because Catherine decided on whom to marry based on the men's societal standing. Wuthering Heights is portrayed as a home with low.